With stroller From Sedrun to Curaglia

11.6 km
4:00 h
440 mhd
543 mhd
Cavorgia Plaun Sogn Leci
Abzweigung in Cavorgia nach Stagias

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Cavorgia sura
A day hike for sporty young parents with barbecue on the way.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  1632 m
Lowest Point  1267 m
Best Season

Start Sedrun
Destination Curaglia
Coordinates 46.68099, 8.7702


From Sedrun we hike on a paved, little-used road in the direction of Cavorgia. The path leads us through a gorge, from where the village of Cavorgia (Cavorgia = gorge) takes its name. As soon as we leave the forest we see on the left the pretty chapel Sogn Leci, which dates back to the 17th century. The road leads steadily and evenly, first still asphalted, later as a natural road, in wide bends to the hill of Stagias. About 25 years ago, the storm "Vivian" from The Uaul Cavorgia left only individual fir trees standing, now a whole new mixed forest with fir trees, larch, birch and bird trees is growing here. In Stagias we find a well-equipped fire pit next to a pond.  We also take a look at the "Academia Vivian", a modern hol building that can be booked for schools and family events. It is located only 100 meters eastward in a birch forest.

Locker we continue down to Mutschnengia, where we make a detour to the extraordinary suspension bridge. It was made in 2011 by forest warden learners from 17 cubic metres of Bündner larch wood and spans the Val Mutschnengia with a length of 96 metres. In the panoramic restaurant of the Hotel Cuntera we let ourselves be served coffee and cake before we make the last stretch of way back to Curaglia. Here we take the post bus back to Disentis and then the train to Sedrun.


The tour is also recommended in the opposite direction.


From Sedrun station we walk down to the main road, stop eastwards until the junction of the road to Cavorgia. In Cavorgia, at the crossroads, we choose the road that leads straight to Stagias. We follow the signs of Stagia until we arrive at the altitude. At the intersection on Stagias we turn right and after a few meters immediately left again. A road leads down to Mutschnengia and on to Curaglia.

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